The Navy SEAL BootCamp bears witness to the rigid training of a civilian as he transforms to a sailor then to the most admired US Navy SEAL soldier. It lasts as long as eight weeks with both mental and physical activities included in the training. For the recruit, the first three weeks of the training is very important.
Week 1 is more of a Processing Week where the applicant is trained on how to use and store his clothing. Medical exams, dental check and getting a new haircut are also essentials during this stage. The training part includes swimming, marching and drilling as well as attending Navy classes.
Week 2 is responsible in getting rid of all the fears of the aspirant. It is more of a confidence-building week. In here, he learns to deal with emergency situations as he also struggles to handle decision-making concerns.
Week 3 is Hands-on Deck Week. This is the instance where the recruit learns about the nomenclature of the ship. Moreover, he becomes ready to decode flag signals. Part of the training for this week includes first aid techniques together with lessons on armed conflict laws, customs and courtesies and money management.
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